It’s Christina Hills here, and I’ve just posted a a special video for you here at my blog (read on below to watch this special video tip).
Now I don’t know how much you know about making websites.
There are a lot of programs and tools you can use to create a website.
The tool I am going to teach you create websites with easily (without needing to rely on a webmaster) in the Website Creation Workshop is called WordPress.
Maybe you have heard of it. If you have, you probably have heard of it as free software for creating blogs.
But that’s not the whole story.
Yes, WordPress started out life as free software for making blogs.
But it has expanded in capability over the years to where now you can easily make any kind of website with it such as an online store, a coaching website, a brochure website, an online directory, a sales letter mini-site, and yes, even a plain old blog.
To give you an idea of just what I am talking about, I created this brief video for you.
Watch it now…
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Yea, Thank you Its up now!
Thank you so much for the video. I am sending one of my clients over to see it. She is under the thumb of her webmaster and cant even get an opt in box up.
will your workshop cover extensive use of incorporating video into wordpress.
What about audio?
the course is not an audio or video creation course, but I will spend a whole module on adding audio and video to your wordpress website. So it’s about integrating it together into your website. I will stick with simple techniques to make adding audio and video fast and easy
Enjoyed the webinar yesterday, but am unable to view this video.
Beverly, just click on the image and it will start
I’m looking at developing a website for my coaching business and thought about using Rapid Weaver to develop it. I saw your webcast yesterday and I was wondering what is the bottom line advantage is of sing WordPress over RapidWeaver?
I’m not familiar with Rapid Weaver. So I cannot comment on it. I just know that WordPress is the dominant blogging platiform and most of my business associates are moving their sites over to wordpress
I recreated this video so that it loads faster and it’s larger
I have a WordPress site that is self hosted. But I keep running into trouble with my host with the amount of CPU usage that WordPress and/or its plugins seems to use.
So I have a few questions for you…
1. Have you found WordPress and/or the WordPress plugins to be a CPU hog?
2. What is the normal amount of CPU usage to look for when choosing a host for a WordPress site?
3. What have you found to be the normal CPU usage for most WordPress sites?
4. Do you have any clue as to which WordPress plugins use the most CPUs?
I have a shared host account that allows me 4.5% CPU usage, but my WordPress site keeps using more than this amount.
I do NOT have a huge site and I do NOT have tons of traffic so these cannot be the reasons for the high CPU usage.
I use to recommend WordPress to people wanting to start a new website, but now I am wondering it they too will run in to the same problem I am having with high CPU usage.
you should contact your webhosting company in regards to CPU hogging issues